I find it so strange that developers/publishers never seem to take advantage of FOMO. I'm sure there would be plenty of people willing to buy a game when they realize that it's being removed. Why wouldn't you keep the game at 50% off, for the next couple of days after the announcement?
I don't know, but...anytime something gets de-listed, I'm interested. Especially if it's on sale.
Maybe they are ditching this and just hoping everybody buys the HD Remaster on Steam instead?
Who knows. [shrug]
You'd think, they'd want me to buy Grandia II Anniversary on GOG...and then love it so much, I go get the HD Remaster on Steam...or bring HD Remaster to GOG and I get that version too.
I guess the next question is: can the Grandia II HD on Steam be ran w/out the Steam-client?
Does that version have CEG? Does it have any other DRM?